Herbal Education

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Herbal Blog: EAT YOUR WEEDS!

EDIBLE WEEDS ARE ALL AROUND YOUR GARDEN! by Susan Teitelman, Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Herbalist Gardening season is upon us, ...
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Arnica by Susan Teitelman


By Susan Teitelman, Herbalist Arnica season is here! There are many different species of arnica; in our region of the ...
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Herb Gardening Part 1: Non-Native Medicinal Plants

Welcome to the first of our blog series on herb gardening! Garden medicinal plants and culinary herbs can be challenging, ...
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Local Plant Spotlight: NETTLES

By Susan Teitelman, Herbalist and Certified Holistic Nutritionist It’s nettles time! These prickly perennials are popping up as we speak. ...
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Guidelines for Ethical and Sustainable Wildcrafting

By Susan Teitelman, Herbalist and Certified Holistic Nutritionist Spring is here and for herbalists this means we are itching to ...
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White Sage at Meadowsweet: a lesson in ethics, respect and sustainability

What is White Sage you say? White sage is one of the most popular smudging plants used today. The White ...
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